A late night show for your ears with entertainment news, film history, philosophies based on movie plots, hear the adventures and successful failures of our host, JOHNNY SPOILER joined by his buddies he has known since film school, DANGEROUS DAVE, NICKY LATES, and sometimes, their friends from TV, Film, and Music come along for the ride. One epic binge-watch after another. You could say this crew are professional binge watchers because they are movie fans that grew up to to try to make some films of their own as they navigate the industry, day jobs, and real life.
"Let's get this episode started by talking about flaccid you were in that scene that required an intimacy consultant, and if you start tearing up you can comfort yourself by crying over a hot bowl of mac and cheese." Just kidding, sorta, actually this month we are combining feel good movies and comfort food pairings.
What the horror? Stranger danger is a real thing. Just ask this couple stuck on the back roads of Texas in the middle of the night with no one but Leatherface and his chainsaw to keep them company.Beware detours as we review Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III."Driving through Texas, young yuppie couple Michelle (Kate Hodge) and Ryan (William Butler) stop at the Last Chance Gas Station, but after they witness the owner attacking a hitchhiker named Tex (Viggo Mortensen), they panic and flee. In their hasty departure, they get lost and soon find themselves pursued by the chainsaw-toting maniac known as Leatherface (R.A. Mihailoff). While running, the couple bump into survivalist Benny (Ken Foree), who they team up with in an effort to escape."Watch the movie here.Support the show
Cautionary tale of that Guinea Pig director from Japan. And a slasher movie that elevates the violence to an ultra level being one of the first ultra violent cinema attractions. This film is nuts. It’s called Maniac.
Don’t go see Don’t Go Into The House. The Rock is getting divorced according to the internet. Lindsay Lohan and a Crown Prince might be a thing. The Rookie TV show has a real scandal. Movies with mommy issues. Emerging patterns in slasher movies.
The best of Season 9 was apparently the season opener in which we did a deep dive into music movies and the disasters or triumphs of portraying musicians on screen.The original episode description:All “The Dirt” about Motley Crue from the mouths of Motley Crue.We expand the horizons to include a list of Binge worthy music movies you should be watching and rock documentaries---rockumentaries you should search and stream. The Dirt on Netflix? Dangerous says Binge Now; Johnny Spoiler says Binge Later.
Sit back and roll this beautiful sound, it's the best episode of our recently wrapped Season 8, most played and top downloaded!!! Dangerous Dave and Johnny Spoiler binge-watched the entire run of Hammer Dracula films.
It’s Ron Howard time. Talking three of our favorite Ron Howard epics: Backdraft, Apollo 13, and Willow.We also mention some of our personal Ron Howard flick picks like Gung Ho! and Parenthood.Happy days are here again unless you forgot to check that door for heat…
Kathryn Bigelow tackles a cerebral psychological thriller when she directs a remake of ‘80s horror Basket Case called Female Basket Case.Music for this episode:“Pixel Drama”by Eric Matyaswww.soundimage.org
... we play catch up on the announcement of the new Critters horror show, Creepshow TV, and the passion for personal projects, revisiting Anvil, Amazon publishing feelings, and yes, even this summary is rambling like a killer song.
Let’s take a hatchet to this review. Just kidding, let’s paint in the blood of the victims of cinema satire. Holy hell, that’s dark, someone gets this guy typing the podcast notes some coffee and a comfort bagel.
John Travis and Dangerous Dave are back to dust off some more Hammer film’s Dracula movies. Somehow, Full Moon Pictures’ shared universe comes up and there is a brief side discussion about the Subspecies vampire series and The Vampire Journals.
Movies on the Naughty List #1: Naughty & Nice Do you like Christmas movies like the ones on Hallmark and Lifetime? Neither do we but we're tackling them anyway. Join Dangerous Dave and special Lady Binge Watcher Jenna as they dive into the 2014 Haylie Duff Christmas “classic: Naughty & Nice.
This one is very weird and perhaps, truly terrifying, the podcast begins to spin like a scratched record from the 1920s as we are introduced to the Tenant, who suspects his neighbors are out to get him.The Tenant (1976)In Paris, isolated Eastern European émigré Trelkovsky rents an apartment in a spooky old building whose inhabitants regard him with suspicion and even outright hostility. When he learns that the apartment's previous tenant, a beautiful woman, tried to commit suicide by jumping out the window, Trelkovsky begins to identify with her in increasingly disturbing ways. Then, to make matters even worse, he reaches the conclusion that his new neighbors are plotting to kill him.
It's Halloween and the Bogeyman has some beef with the babysitter, well, all the babysitters, but one in particular. Revisit the original Halloween from 1978 and its sequel.Everyone is talking about these movies again because of Halloween 2018, but not like us, not the way we do it on Binge-Watchers, so enjoy...On a cold Halloween night in 1963, six year old Michael Myers brutally murdered his 17-year-old sister, Judith. He was sentenced and locked away for 15 years. But on October 30, 1978, while being transferred for a court date, a 21-year-old Michael Myers steals a car and escapes Smith's Grove. He returns to his quiet hometown of Haddonfield, Illinois, where he looks for his next victims.Released October 25, 1978 John Carpenter directedWritten with his partner, Debra HillJohn Carpenter scored that infamous theme song.And then...Halloween 2.Directed by Rick RosenthalReleased October 30, 1981 After failing to kill stubborn survivor Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) and taking a bullet or six from former psychiatrist Dr. Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasence), Michael Myers (Dick Warlock) has followed Laurie to the Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, where she's been admitted for Myers' attempt on her life. The institution proves to be particularly suited to serial killers, however, as Myers cuts, stabs and slashes his way through hospital staff to reach his favorite victim.
The main character is a binge-watcher stalked by a binge-watching serial killer with supernatural powers, and they play cat and electric mouse in a “universe made of television.”After being captured for a series of gruesome murders, Horace Pinker (Mitch Pileggi), a television repairman, faces execution by the electric chair -- but a deal with the devil allows him to come back as electricity. Once he changes into his new form, Pinker goes after the detective that brought him down, Lt. Don Parker (Michael Murphy), as well as Parker's adopted son, Jonathan (Peter Berg). However, Jonathan's mysterious connection to Pinker through dreams might help track the killer's moves.
Three scares. Three efforts by 3 masters: Tom Savini, George Romero, and Stephen King.This second horror anthology presents more eerie tales based on Stephen King stories. One episode finds a cigar-store Native American statue coming to life to avenge the death of the shop owner (George Kennedy) and his wife (Dorothy Lamour). Another features a group of teens menaced by a blob-like creature. The final installment follows a wealthy and callous woman (Lois Chiles) who hits a hitchhiker with her car and decides to flee the scene, but the victim isn't inclined to remain dead.Release date: May 1, 1987 (USA)Director: Michael GornickScreenplay: George A. RomeroStory by: Stephen King